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In the latest blockbuster movie, Black Panther, actress Letitia Wright plays ‘Shuri’ (above), leader of the Wakandan Design Group. She leverages her new technology skills to help her nation and create better devices that aid her brother [King T’Challa] in his superhero role as the ‘Black Panther’.
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